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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, October 16, 2014

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BuzzFeed: Republicans: Immigration’s More Likely To Happen If We Take The Senate

Bloomberg: Kentucky, Where the Immigration Reform Debate Goes to Die

Lexington Herald-Leader (Kentucky): Grimes mum on pulling immigration ad; non-committal about voting for Reid as majority leader

VOXXI: Kentucky Democratic candidate sounds more like a Republican in TV ad

Re/code: Pressing Fwd.us: How Silicon Valley’s $50 Million Bet on Immigration Stalled

Washington Post: Alison Lundergan Grimes and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day

The Hill: Liberal criticism mounts on Grimes ‘illegal aliens’ campaign ad

Fox News Latino: Kentucky challenger to Sen. Mitch McConnell loses support over immigration ads, debate performance

Bloomberg: Whatever Happened to Immigration as a Campaign Issue?

Associated Press: Immigration-Control Group Starts Ads in 10 States

Politico: Group’s $1M ad push tackles immigrants, jobs

CNN: Gardner leads Udall in Colorado Senate race

Washington Post: Cory Gardner, and the limits of the personhood attack

The Hill: Roberts links Ebola, ISIS to border security

Associated Press: Key Obama Decisions on Hold Until After Midterms

Wall Street Journal: Battle for Senate Puts White House Agenda on Hold

MSNBC: Meet 16 activists at the front lines of immigration reform

Associated Press: Mayor: More Immigrant Families Freed Than Deported

The Hill: Norton: Drug wars to blame for migrant surge

Associated Press (Arizona): Arizona Law Denying Illegal Immigrants Bail Rejected

Arizona Republic (Arizona): Another Ariz. immigration law shot down by 9th Circuit

Huffington Post (New York): New York Considers Limiting Immigrant Detention

Chicago Sun-Times (Illinois): Rauner tells Hispanic leaders he supports immigration reform

Portland Press Herald (Maine): Issues in Maine governor’s race: Welfare and immigration

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Georgia): McCain rallies vets for Perdue; disputes ‘amnesty’ charge

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): The Self-Inflicted U.S. Brain Drain

New York Times (Opinion): The Politics of Ebola

Huffington Post (Blog): The Worst Political Endorsement by a Serious Newspaper in My Lifetime

Huffington Post (Blog): Fact Check: Gardner Opposes Dream Act and Blocked Immigration Reform

Baltimore Sun (Maryland – Letter to the Editor): Let’s show compassion for young immigrants [Letter]

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